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mE SCIf ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1894.
la tbe course ot a. somewhat gloomy
survey of tbe situation the Euginouriuif
and Miniug Journal says: "No im
provement bus takon place in the an
thracite coal market since lust report.
It continues exceedingly dull and de
void of 6Dconr8Kiuff features. Prions
are still unsettled.' There still remain
many who stubbornly mnintsin that
the purely nominal advauces mail
during tt)e last two months were prise,
und that a restriction to CO per cant, of
the capacity is sufficient to prevent the
demoralization of tha trade. In this
v do not believe. Sales, agents inny
talk as they will of the stimulutiou t ti (it
follows an advance and also thut all
their trude in no neoessiirily conducted
in competitive points, for most of the
comtianies do a certain amount of 'line'
business in which they have no com
petitors und can therefore ask
and presumably obtain, whatever
prices they see fit to unme. To-this,
leaving abstract foueralities aside, we
inay answer that the last two adViinCHS
have not stimulated trade at all, but
have hud quite the opposite effect; and
that by far tbe greatest portion of their
business is done in markets where
there Is a great deal of uompotitiun.
Where was tbe wisdom of 'ndvanciug'
prices when in June most of the com
panies and operators were getting leu
lor their coal than they got in Mtiyt
The condition of tbe anthracite uiaravt
today is far Irotu healthy, in the west
it is admitted that only a fair business
has been done and that prices are de
mor illzid. From Philadelphia: reports
reaoU us-that tbe eompauies themselves
ore openly offering store coal today at
60 cetits a ton below the, July circular.
In our own market the dulluess could
not vry well be greater.
"Tbe causes which havd lad to this
condition are many bnt uot complex.
Among other things, we muit J ay u
great ileal of the responsibility fur tbe
present situation upou some of the pro
ducers or their salrs agents. The stub
boruuess with which thee gentlemen
have refused to recugnizj tint fact tlmt
we are in tlisiniddt of hard times and
depressed business is not the leusi piece
of folly. It should have occurred to
the produsing interests to couaider the
number of factories in idloueaj, tbe re
duced capacity of those iu operation
nud tbe babtts of scmnuiy that have
been forced upon the people, who, after
nil. constitute the consumers. Had
this been bume in mind it would have
preronted the present unsatisfactory
condition. It.steud of it, the sal-s
agents seemingly went on the
principle that, as p-ople had to burn
coal or freeze, any price inlght be
obtained. Ic is our impression
that a severe winter will me.m great
h rdships for the many r ittier than a
very -urnl business for the anthracite
operators. Again were tbe producers
to wise in tbe exaggerated importance
which they gavo to the bituminous
coal strike. A few producers hud nu
opportunity to work on full time. TI.e
majority did uot. But tbe majority
miued us much us they conld, just the
siiiuc, and now, to their nstouishui nt,
they find that ti:e record breaking out
put of 5 112,339 tons for June was nut
wise. Of Course the dearth of soft coal
prevented to some (.stent an excessive
accAmulation of stock. But we believe
it would have been batter for the an
thracite markot bad there beeu no soft
coal strike. Tbe output would have
been much Binuller, and perhaps prices
would not ta v been advanced.
"What wo. particularly wish to call
the attention of the sa.es ngonts to is
onr of t repeated assertion that to make
tin Advance which by reason of market
conditions they cannot maintain is pre
cisely what leads to demoralization. It
has now been proved that prices cannot
I " maintained as they Were duriug the
R-uding 'ci-uiliue,' thut neither the
public nor the dealers can be scared
into buyiug ahead by then advances on
paper, and .therefore tbe only way to
to obtain fair prices is to be governed
by the 'common,' ordinary, every day'
laws of supply and demand. While it
is truo tbut anthracite coal occu
pies a somewhat exceptional posi
tion it is equally true ' that the
times are also ceptIonal exception
ally depressed. ; Tbe only way to pre
vent a still farther demoraliz ttion is
by restricting the outpnt. This can be
done only by a harmonious and unani
mous aotion on the part ot producers.
However much an amicable spirit rmy
heve actuated producers during the
first four months of the present your,
when they were successful in restrict
ing tt6 production within reasonable
bounds, they are uot so cow. There
may not be open warfare tbe dullness
of tbe trade being largely instrumental
in preventing it; but we are uot far
from it, however much producers may
pooh-pooh tbe idea."
. Tbe newest candidate for tbe presi
dency of the Lehigh university is none
other than our good friend, Kckley B.
Cox. It is not known that he is a
seeker for tbe position; but there are
those wbo desire bim to take it. Mr.
Coxs is abundantly fitted for the posi
tion , and would ' fVflUct conspicuous
credit upon It. Mr. Coxa was gradu
ated from both th University of Penn
sylvania and the Troy Polytechnic in
stitute in this country and from the
University of Freidberg, In Germany.
All bis lire has been devoted to techni
cs! " pursuits He 'is art enormously
wealthy man. He has Invented numer
ous mechaniosi contrivances and is tbe
author of a large number of technical
works. His translations of works by
French authors ar considered master
pieces. Ex-Senator Cox relations
witft the Lehigh Vulley railroad will
ruska bim a strong man to beat. The
troubles which arose some yours ago
about this road carrying his nnal has
beep smoothed ,over and air the
anthracite from his mini's 'goes
to tide water over tbe Lebigh Valley
lines. This slllanee of his interests and
those of the Lehigh ValUy will have
a great deal of weight. Every cent of
tbe money, endowed to Lebigh Uni
versity by Asa Packer, tbe founder, is
invested in securities of the Lehigh
Valley railroad company, to that tbe
prosperity of the one means the pros
perity of tbe other. In all probability
the new president will be made a di
rector in tbe road, as was tbe late Dr.
Lambertou during his term ot offloe as
president. . The salary connected with
the office is $8,000 a year, and as the
highest salary paid to any oollege
president is only $10,000, from a finan
cial point of view, tne plaoe is a good
one. As it was definitely announced
that choice would be made before the
beginning of tbe next oollege year and
as the term opent Ootober 1 there is
little doubt but before many days have
passed the selection will be mads.
The following notes onoerning min
ing activities la Schuylkill county are
taken from tbe Miners' Journal; Wil
liam Bbelohsrt, formerly outside fort
man at the Hickory Bldge colllory, has
baen transferred to tbe Pennsylvania
colliery at Greenridge, where he now
fills the position in ide vacant by the
death of Peter E - Joues. Work is
being pusbtd on the new braucn of the
Northern Central . railway running
from Brady to the Uuiori Coal com
pany's Soott oollievy. The contractors
still have about 2,030 feet of grading to
do for the proposed Hue above the
breaker and will not complete this un
til the end of tnQ present week. York
Farm und Blackwood collieries, oper
ated by the Lsbiijh Valley Coal com
pany, are idle since Wednesday even
ing. Minor Industrial Notes: v
The Hamburg-American lino has made
a cut to flu iu steerage rates to meet
rates of other hues.
James T. Piimoil, of Dunuior, has just
been granted a patent (or a fruit jar top
siraiuer aud has assigned tbe same to C. II.
Fisher, of liintjtmiutoii.
The Reynolds & Moyer Coal compauy
has bought the Advance breaker just be
low Plymouth, and will ruu it 89 soon ai
some alterations urn uiatlq,
Ex-Senator SIorRuti B. Williams, of
YVilk.ea-B.arre, H noout to begiu theerec
tiou of a mammoth breaker near his coal
operations ou the Thuron tract ut the up
per eud of Fislibiicli. The plans are now
being prepared aud the Wurk will iu all
probability begm next week.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bond.
New Yoiik. July 21. Today's short eos
sfou at the Stock exchange proaented few
features of interest. There win excelleut
buying of American sugar, however, under
which proi-e-s ttie stuck was advanced
from 101 g to 102"i, with a subsequent re
action to 101 j. At the close the
stock was 102'X. Distillers wus heavy
and lower, tailing from SO to
IS!,', afterwards rallying to 19. Tbo
other Industrials were quiet and firm.
Auiong railways Atchison wus heavy. The
stock to'A at Liquidations in the se
curities were due to the report that there
was a difference of opiuiou about the ques
tion i f rebate to shippers. There was very
little iu the market outside of Atchison,
anil the sales were only 45,32(1 shares.
Union Parity was steady ut 10i 10).,', Man
hattan declined Chicago Gas X and
Genera! Electric .
The loll .witnr complete table snowinar the
dav's fluctuiitlons in active stocks is supplied
ami revised daily by LaU.tr A Fuller, stock
brokers, 1-1 Wyoming avenue:
Open- Hi;h- Low Clos
ink!. est. est. inc.
Am. Cot. Oil
Am Hugttr. 1014
A. T. Se S. K 3
Can. So.. .....i
Ou. N. J
Chic & N. W
y., 13. & Q 7,Vfi
C. C. C. & St. L
Col.. Hock. Val. AT. ...
D. ,t li YJUyi U)ii M
Dt, L. & W.. .... ....
D.&C.F 114 20 lst Uiaj
. E. Co BOJi UUijJ at) 'M
L.S 45W 4:'.U 4Mft 45)4
Manhattan 1H"J U?J llfijj, U.'i)j
Mm l'ac 2iil4 SWb 2U , 2(in
N. Y. N. E
N. Y. Central ,. US lis (N . us
n. Y... ai w ? ..
U. S. C. Co 21? Sl 21W 21H
Nnrttt I"ac. pf
Hivk Island 'H iC's ;. ti7"6
K.T )2l8 12'4 ipt Mli
St. Paul CIM4 on 'i 5!ni 6iHi
T..C.48 I lT-'i 14 IM IMj
u aimsa p'
W.i- L E
W. 4.L. E. pfd
' Chlcaito Grain ana Provltioai.
SrnANTon, July 21. The following qnota
tiohs are supplied itu.l corrected daily by La
Uar& Fuller, stock brokerd,12t Wyoming are
tiilv. Sept. Deo.
6211(5 51-VJ W
B2i-i lit(ii nsis
bM 5IU fii-H
2! 'm ....
4--S W ....
34 2T ....
V 27-4 ....
'21 271 ii ....
82jJ r,-yx ....
121.-. 12 .-. I
1215 LM ....
(h2 is; ....
New York Producs Market
New Yop.k. July 21.-Flouh Dull,
Wkkat Dull, weak.''nlc. lower: No. 2
reu ttoreanupieviitor.toe.iiilloar, 5fiii5i''Xc;
f. 0. b., 57i57;ie. ungtaded red, HJfiTe.;
Nj. 1 nortnern, opti .ns closed dull
and weak at c under Friday; No. 2, r d.
July. 5B-.; Autrnst, 8Cc: September,
5T-o. ; October, S!j.; Decomher, ttle.
COKN Dull, bc; n e. firm; No. 2,47- 47J-0,
elevator; 47;4'c i.float; optionn dull and
weak; July, 4CJi'c.; August, 47c; Sep
Oats Dull, steady; optli n', dull, easier;
July, yS'.c.: August. i2V-.: Septerutior,
aijc; No. 2. 4:l'-.: No. 2 white, 4:io.; No.
2 Cbicano, 4 to. ; No. 8 41c. : No. -i white,
41c: mixed western, 4:ti44c; white do.,
40al"ic. ; whito state. 40a35c.
IlEEF Dull, steady.
TiKitrBO IIkkf Diill, Btendy.
cut aiEATs-Lmii, steady.
Laiuj Quiet, ted: western steam,
7.2ii: city, 6iCJ,(e.; Jnly, 7.22: 8.(pt-m-lior,
$7.22: retlncd, dull; continent, 7.55;
South America, 17.85; compound, 6u0)i'c.
Pokk Quiet, steady.
uctter - Quiet, choica firm: state
dairy, 12al7e.; do. creamery, UVtJalHc;
Peniisylvsiiiu, do.,14al8 ; western dairy,
10al4(j. ; do. creamery, lSalSc. ; do. factory,
DXaUc; elgins, 17fal8c.: iuiitatiou cream
ClIKKBB Oulet. abnnl nlcmlv.
F.rios Moderate demand, firm; state
nu rennsyivaniii, 140. ; western fresh,
12al3; do. per case, Sl.00n2.75.
Fhiladelpbia Tallow Kfarkst.
PHiLADKLpniA. July 21. Tallow was
uun ana uncnangod. prices were: Prime
city in hogsheads, 4ka4 Up.; prime country.
in barrels, 4Xc; du. dark In barrels, BJa
o. ; caaue, ireaBe, oc.
'A Quarter Century Test-
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has boon tested, snd tho
millions who have received benefit from
Its use testify to its wonderful curative
towers in all diseases of Throat, Chest and
lungs. A remedy that has stood tbe test
so long and that has given so universal
satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle
is positively etinranteed to give relief, or
tho monoy will be refunded, it is admitted
to be the most reliable for Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large sise 5uc, and $1.00.
sly riiYsiriAN said I could not Hto, my
liver out of order, frennentlv vomited
greenish ; mucous, skin yellow, small dry
uumurs nu mce, sinmacn would not retain
food. Burdock Blood Bitters cured nic
Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 873 Exchange
street uuualo, JN. I.
. Whon Baby was alcW, we gave her Cantoris, ' .
When she was a Child, she cried for Costorla.
When sho bocame Miss, sits clung to Castorla,
When slta had Children, sue gave them Costoria,
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
It is riensant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms and allays
foverishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea ami Wind Colic. ' Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy - aud natural sleep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend,
"Castorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of Its
good effect upon thulr children."
Do. O. C. O.iaoon,
" Castorla Is the best remedy for children of
which 1 am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider tho real
interest of their children, aud use Castoria in
stead of thevarlousquaek nostrums which are
destroying their loved onos, by forcini; opium,
morphine, soothing syrup aud other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
DR. J. F. KlNCBELOE,
The Centaur Company, TT
Gail & Ax's NAVY Long Cut TOBACCO.
ALSO 50 EU-XSANT GOLD WATCHES.
75 HANDSOME MANTEL CLOCKS.
100 LEG A N'T NICKEL AVATCHES.
Save your Empty Paper Wrappers.
Your Dealer can furnish full particulars.
III' i''.'' AU
Is dn Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soup old methods
and materials are superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Sonp leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than other soaps. .
Ask Yoir Grocer for It
If he does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box too cakes 75 pounds 4.50.
Joseph p.TIiQniag Elinton,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila. r
maae a wen
1'ItODlK'CS THE AIlOVK
ItFHI LT In SO PAYS. Can all
NVi'Vou ltnei8i, KuilinBC Bit mory,
Pni.'slrt. SlOi'Dli'ii'1. Nltrlitlv Kmln-
loiiit, ftc, frtiiHoii liy iimt abue, pivos Tlpror and size
to ulii'unkmiovans, nml (julfUly but miroly rt'stnri
Loot Mmihooil in old (irvfiiihr. Ejisflvunnlcd in vent
pocket. Prlct!tfl.(M apifkniTo. Six for r. witli o
written g iiarniiti'i t (n re nr money rffunilad. Don't
let niT uiipriiioip(i (lnii?:iwt wll you any kfntt o)
imfUtttnn, Insist on linvfnK INIAllf noncotlir. It
lie lia) not tfottt. wo will jicnil It mall upon r'(clpf
of price. I'miiphk-t. in fcnk'U envclnpy free. A(llr'
Orlrntiil Med leu I Co l'roia. CMeigo, III.! orouragvnlit
SOLD by Mntthfi-rVi Mros., Vholeale and Retail
Irnrriats, SCKANTON, PA., and othtr Lead
ing Druggists. , '
Emdormd t tMt HioHMf Mkoicl AuTHonmci
J ,vj ia. Iniiamih will cure jon. A
WB? r 4r frcilll t'Oll. SnrsThrnat.
crllA V FEVER. Afnnti
imynnltaterrUrf. An onlclcnt
rxmnrlv pnn.nnlant a.M
Jn pociot, rnsrty to 011 Brut lixllrniiim or nila,
Cnnllnnrd I'se Fflcts PermnnKnt Tnre.
Hntlnfactlon ffiiarantcwl nr mnnof rol iindwl. Prlro.
60 rts. Trliil frco nt DniuKl'is. Hulntnred mall,
00 oouts. fi. D. CDHnniK, Vlr., Ihra Hinrt, Kicb., D. 8. L
MrNTHfl! 'h,' 'Ufst nl ssfcrtreiriorty for
Wltll I nUL sll ("kin dlsonsMj Kcii-ms.lich.Hi.lt
Jthmimiil Hnrps, Hnrns, mis. TVondrrfiil n-r-Mr
("rPII.KH. Price, 9H rts, Rt liniic n a :
Humor ly nnill prcpnlil, AtMri-asnsitbnvn Dnkiii
Fur snle by Mt thews Kros. itud John i
H. Plielps. I
Booms 1 and 2 CoiDinonwealtb Bld'g,
llufle t the MOOS 10 n4 EUbll- ' '
DALE WORKS.' ...
- Lifflin & Rnnd Powder Co. ' -
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrlo Butteries, Fnaei for eiploi
log blasts, tinfetyFuKe snd '
RepaunoCberaiciU Co.'sHleh Explosive
" Castorla Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as superior toany prescription
known to mo."
H. A. Arcbcr, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians In the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
United Hospital amd Dispissary,
Allcn O. Smith, Pres., 4
Murray Street, Nov York City.
15th, 1894, to consumers of
E. Robinson's Sons'
Knnfwturr of th Celebrate!
100.000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy anl
lawn Grass Seeds -,'.
Guano, Bone Dust'
and Phosphates for
Farms," Lawns and .
HUNT & CONNELL GO.
15s Flat Is if! En
The latest improttd , far
DlsbirjRi and apparatus for'
keeping mt, butwi and egga.
a3 TlVTomlni At.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
turing Oompany ,
Have removed their offloe to their
141, 143, 145, 147, 149, 151
MERIDIAN ST. '
TELEPHONE) NUMBER, 808&
Dr. B. Grewer
The rhllflcHphU PpodnHst.nnil Ills ni.Rot-lat3
iu oi nniriisn and Hnrman phvslrlans,
are now permanontly located nt
811 8PII UCR ST., SCUINTON.
The doctor iaairraauateoftlie University of
Ponnsylvanln.fortndrly domoiiBtnitor of plivsl
oliwy and surpi-ry at tho SIcdico ChlrnrKlcnl
College of Phllad'-lphla. A si--ially of
Chronic Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE BERYOOS SYSTEM
The sympto ms of which aro dizzlnoss, lack of
confluence, sexual wuukut-ss In men and wo
man, ball rising In the throat, spots flouting
before the eyes, loaaof memory, unable to con
centrate the mind ou one eubjoct, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unllts them for performing-
tho actual duties of lifo, making hap-
f iness impoKsihle; distressing the action of
he heart, causing flush of beat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
fueling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, dcpressicm.conHtlpation.
weakness of tho limbs, eto. Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
call upon the doctor and bo examined. Ho
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility, Hero
fuln.OUl 8ores,( atsrrhPlles.Female Wouknoss,
Affections of the Eye. Eur, Noso and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancore and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strirtly sacred and
confidential. Oltlco hours daily from tts m.
to8p. m. Sunday 9 to 2.
Bank of Scranton.
This bnnlc orTers to ilennsltnrs every
facility warranted by tlielr balances, busi
ness anil rcMMiiiKlblllty.
Bpeclul attention given to bushiest ac
counts. Interest paid on time deposits.
WIXZIAM fONNFI.T, President.
OLO. II. ( A ILIN, Vtce-ri't-xldenb
UlLLIA.U II. 1-KtU, Casliles,
William Conuell, George H. Catlln,
Alfred Hand. James Arelibald, Henry
llelln, jr., Wlllluui T. t-uitli Lntliar
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CBOPCT Proprietor.
ri'HIS HOL'SE is strictly temperance, is new
I ai d wll furuishol and )PEM :i) T
'IHK PUBUC TUB YEAR ROUND; .s
located midway between Montroe an I Scran
ton, on -Montrose and Lac.taw inm Ilnilroad,
six miles from U., L, Sc W. It R. at Alford
Btation, and rlvo mlle from M nitron; ca
l acity, eighty- five; three minutes' walk f rom
li. R. station.
GOOD MrAT, FIHINfi TXCKLE, &c-,
HIKE TO til ICS IS.
Altitude about 2,(i(l0 foet, equalling In this
respect tho Adirondack and Catikill Moun
tains. Hne grovoi. plonty of shalo and beautiful
scenery, making a Summer Resort unex
celled In beauty and cbeipnuss.
Dancing pavilion, swings, croiuot ground,
&c. Cold Hprlng Water and plenty of Jlllk
ItHtoi, 7 to 810 per week. WllOO per
Excursion tickots sold at all stations on D.
L. & W. lines.
Port- r meets all trains.
DEXTKR SHOR CO., Inc'n. f apltnl, $1 .OOC.OOO.
bkst ei.no KiioE in tuk woklu,
"A dollar urcd it a dollar tamed."
ThliT.ii.lles- Hoi lil French Dongola Kid Ttnt
ton Hoot delivered free anywhere in tho U.S., on
receipt or Coon, Money Order,
or Postal Noto (or (1..S0.
Kauals every way the boots
sold In nil retail stores for
$i.b0. We nines this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar
antei the Jit, itylt'and mrtir,
and If any oiio is not satlillcd
re win reiuna ino' money
orend another pair. Opera
100 or lonimon Metnc,
V widths C, 1;E, S KK.
vrvsizes i to s ana nair
W6 Kill fit you.
Dexter Shoe Co., BOSTON. MilSsl'
Special term) to Dealer:
Coal of the best quality fjr domestic nse,and
If all sizes, delivered in any part of tus citj
t lowest price.
Orders left at my office,
0. 118, WYOMING ATKNITR,
Bear room, first floor, Third National Bant
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will bs made for the salt
nd delivery of Buckwheat CouL
WM. T. SMITE
CANNOT SEE HOW YOU DO
IT AND DAY FREIGHT.
Sift B"? t drtwtf wlnol or otfe f
Ti profrd Ulh irm SlBotrMwlnf nachioi
flnily flnithiii, nickel pt(tni(1rud to llahl
d boftvv work: rumnlMtl for lOlMrtl with
iter bhnllltHiirMltM0 Nwdlondcomplet
of mcm ai uenmrnitt inippa nv wnert on
Uit' Trial. NomoDir rraalrad fa idvuca
tB W0 fOJe World's Fait Mdlwfdd mtcklnt andatUcB'
tMM. Hqt from f Miorv nd mw dultr'a and atjani'i proflia.
frnrr CalThlti abd wnd io-dr for macbtna or larr Ut
I K t K aatalocna, ttillmonlkU and (JllmpHB of lh World'a tt
OXFORD MFO. GO. 912 W.buh A. CHIOAQO.Ill,
I k MASJftJksl nwmuiantlviniMd
irotltiv pcowiMQ iwts" iiinnraivu inna
UllifNaBpopleartd.fNbTiMll. WhtoHolSprintl I
mt Htiwrrlsa, Oar Mnatlo Remedy will V
yxM-rHr ww. cool iuaiiin cu, csum uu
t'tll'Slt 1ANS A.1 bLil.UlLUNS,
DR. G. EDO Alt SEAN has remoVed to6h3
Bpruoe street, bcrantou, la. (Just op
posite cuurt-bouse btiuare.)
1)R. A. J. CONNELL, Office ail Washington
avenue, corner t-prucs street, over
iraucke s drug store, hosidonoe, TIM Vlnsst.
Othco hours: 10.iJ)tol2. m. and tot and
SHoao p. mJJundayg to 3 p. m.
W. K. ALLEN. Olilce cor. Lack
wanna and Wushlneton uvea; over Leon
ard shoe store; othco hours, IU to 12 a. m. and
to 4 p. m.; evening nt ruohluucst SUN.
1UCUL. KttKY, Practice limited U Ul
XI enaos of tlie Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
offico, 121 Wyoming ave. Residence, UV Vine
lUt. L.M. GATES. 123 Washington Avenue,
XJ ODice buurs, b to U a.u., IMU to U aud f
to p.m. Residence :tf Madlsou avenua
Oll. L. WliXJ'Z, M. 1)., OiUcos tit aud 5
Commonwealth building; rosldeno 711
Sladisonuvoj olHoe hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 1 to
h; Bundiiys 2.80 to 4. evenings at residence. A
specialty made of diseases of the eye, ear, nosx
and throat and gynecology.
T M. O. HANCK 8 Law and Collection of
tJ . flee. No. 817 Bpruce St., opposite Koreet
JlouHo. Bcranton, I s,; collections a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
eiita iu every county.
I lib&Ul'S ot UA.SU, Attorneys and Counsel
; lore at Law, Commonwealth building,
Washington av w. H. Jusfirp,
Hohaob E. Hand.
W. H. Jessup, Jb,
WILLARD. WARUEN & K.SAPP, Attor
. . ne' and Counsolorsat Law, Ropublican
ImlldinK, Washington ave.. Hcranton, Pa.
liATTEKbON & WlLCUX. Attorneys and
X. CV-uiisbUors at Law; offices aud V Library
building. Ucrunton, Pa.
ROHWKI.fi H. PATTIRSO
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HANI). WILLIAM J. HAND. At
torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building; Rooms 19, 20 and 31.
P. BOYLE, Attorney at-Law.Nos.lil and
m, nurr tmutiing, W ashington avenue,
EN U Y M. 8EKLY - Law ofllees In trie
luuuiug, 120 Washington avenue.
pRANK T. OKuLL, Attorney at Law. Room
ijCoal Exchangw. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LOW It Y, lAtfya, IB7 Washing
C H. VON 8TORCH. f ton av.. C. H. souarS.
JAMES W. OAKKORD, Attorney at Uw,
O rooms U. 64 and OIL ('ommntn...ilfh h'l o
CAMUEL W. EDUaR, Attorney at Law.
tJ Olilce, 817 HpruceBt., Hcranton, Pa. .
A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, Hi
' un..iiMni sue., r-cranton. fa
IJ K M ITU I ...... 1,. r
iv.iiia -ft i u.1, no commiinwenitn building.
i R. PITCHER, Attorney at Law, Con
""'iiwcinw miiiuing, ocranioiL fa.
U COMEUY8. ))21 Snruce st. "
DR. REI'LOULE, Attorney-Loans neso-
tinted on real estate security. 40t) Hpmca
BP. KILLAM, Attornovat-Law, 12U Wy
K IKHII S.
SCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA, Bcran
ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
or businoss: thoroughly trains young children.
Catalogue at request
Rev. Thomab M. Can
Walter H. Buei.l.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue, pupils
received at all times. Next term will open
IM.N I IVIX
WM. A. TAFT. D.D.S., 101 North Wash
ington Ave. Kpecinltv In Porcelain
Restorations. Crown and Bridge Work.
V. LAUDACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 115
l( At. STHA'IToN. nfl. rv-il Prrhmw
qUE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
X ctution will loan vou m'-ney on easier terms
and pay you better tin Investment than any
other association. Cull ou S. N. CAl.Lt.N
DER. D-me Bflnit buildin-
GH. CLARK & CO., Seedsmen.- Florists
and Nurserymen; store 14(1 Washington
avenue; green house, 1J60 North Main aveuue;
Ftore tr-leplione 7H2
GRAND UNIUX TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
WIRK SCItKI NX.
TOS. KUETTEL, 6i5 Lackawanna Bvenae,
t Scranton. Vs . mamif'r of Wirt Screens
HOTELS AM) IJKSTAPRANTd.
' PHE WESTMINSTER. Wyomng
1 live. Kooihh heated with steam: ail moif
ptn linproveiuents. C M. Thi mah, Prop.
TIIE ELK CAFE, la and 127 Franklin ave
nuo. Rates reasonnblo.
P. ZiKOi.En. Proprietor.
W. O. SCHENCK, Manager.
Sixteenth street, onu,block east of Broadway,
at Union Square, New YorK.
American plan, Jit 6(1 per day and upward.
COYNE HOUSE. European plan; good
rooms. Open day aud night, liar sup
plied witu tho tA'st
P. IT. COYNE. Proprietor.
CCRANTON HOUSE, near D., U & W. pas
O aengur depot Conducted on the European
plan. Victor Kopii. Proprietor.
ii RAM) CENTRAL.-'ilieTargeat and bjjt'
VJ equlppol hotel in Alluntowo, Pa.; ratei
(2 and 2.o(i per day.
ktoii D. Harnkr, Proprietor.
AVIS & 1IOUPT, Architects. Uoonis 'U,
2ft and 2i' ('onitnotiw-Klth h'ld'ff. hcranton.
L. WAL'lEH, Architect, Lilirary oui.d
J 9 inir, Wvomin-r avetiu-. Scrnnton.
,i h. BROWN. Arch B. Architect Trice
I buildine.lSi! V. aslilncton Ave., Scran ton,
kiis( 1:1 1 ANKnrs.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and ooncort work furnished. For terms
address It J. Bauer, conductor. H Wyoming
ave., over Hulbert's music store.
ORTON D. SWARTS-WHOLESALE
lumuer, rnce nuinunii Mrnnton. 1'a.
MLUAKUEE liitOTHF.RS," PhlNTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 1-10 Washington ave., Scrnntoa
Ol.'SKH AND CAKRIAUES FO:i SALE
nt l.'JU tapous evenue
D. L. FOOTF. Agent
IMiANK P. BROWN CO., WHOLE
J aalo dealers in Woodwnre, Cordage aud
Oil Clutb, 7i!0 W. Lackawanna avenue.
1iOtA FINN 46 hi).S. build -rs and contrai.
j tors. Yards: Corner illvo st. and Adami
ave. ; corner Ash st. aud Penn ave., Scrauton.
The GENUINE Nc Ilaven
Kev York Warorooms-'-No. 80
E. C. BICKER. & CO.,
Sole dealers in this Motion,
OBTICK-m Adams Aye., Telophone BTd'a
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
I'OVHT BOUSE bQUAHBj.
All kinds of Laundry work gnaranto!
THE DICKSON' MANUFACTURIiNQ Cq
BCRANTON AND W1LKSS-BARBK. PAh MANUTACTOItKBI 0
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boiler
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY... ; . , !
" Ottnerai Offloa, SCEAUTOH FX.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF K I
UhicHAND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal Usel sxoluslvely. tasnrtaa
cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN Imm MAT 30, 18M.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wllkss
farre, etc , at 8 20, tl.14 U.30 a. a., 12.60, 1.00,
For Ailautio City, 6J0 s, as. '
I Kor New York, Newark and Elisabeth, 1 19
(express) a. m., 12.50 (expross with Buffet
psrlor car), 3.ao (exprem) p. m. Bonday, ili
Poit Mlucn CnrjNK, Ai.lintows. BwRt
bum, Eastosi aud Philadelphia, 8.20 a. nu
12.50, 180, S.00 (eoeprPblldslpttla) p. n
Sunday, 2.16 p. to.
: Per Long Bhakcb, Ociak Oaova, sto.. at
8.20 (wilh tnrougn car) a. m., llt.'SOp. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Barrlsbnrg, via
Allentown, 0.20 a. m, 12.S0, t.00, p.m. Bandar,
2. 1 .'1 p. m.
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a. m., 12.50 p. m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Liberty
street, North river, at a 10 (express) a. ml
l.io, 1.II0, 4.30 (express with BaSet parlor oar)
p. m. Sunday, 4.11(1 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Heading Terminal, 9.09
s. m., 2.00 snd 4.3J p. m. Sunday, 6.27 s. m.
Throuirh tickets to all points at lowsst rate
may be bad on application In advance to tit
ticket agont at the station.
li. P. BALDWIN,
J. H. OLHAUSEN,
DELAWARE AND HTO
Commencing May f, 1891,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
btation. Bcranton, for Pltts-
a 4 W-IIM ion, nns;ef-Darrs,w.,iMV
Bam dTfo-i -". wus. m., 12.114
WB D 1,25. 2.88, 4.W, 6.14, 8.9.3
LW r ' and 11.S6 p. m, "
If.' For New York and Phlla-
' delphia, 8 00 a. m,, U10, iM,
238, 1.16 and 11.80 p. m.
For Honesdale (from Delaware, Laakswanna
snd western depot), 7.00, 8.30, 10.10 a.m., 18.08
m.. 2.17, 5.10 p. m.
For Car bond ale and Intermediate stations.
6.40, 7 00, 8.30, 10.10 a. m.. 12.00 m.,117, 8.26,6.1
8 20 and 635 p. m.; from Bridge Street Depot,
2.03 a. m., 2.17and 11 36 p. m. .
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, the AdU
rondack Mountains, Bostm and New England
points, 6.40 a. m., arriving at Albany A4A,
Saratoga 2.20 p. ni .and leaving Hcranton at 11.17
?i. m., arriving at Albany at 8.60 p. m., Bara
oga. 12.66 a. m , and Boston, 7.00 a. m.
Tbe only direct route between the coal flsldl
and Boston. "The Leading Tourist' Rout
of Amorica" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes George aad Champlatn, Montreal
Time tables showing local and through trans,
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware aud Hudson ticket oftVss.
H. U. YOUNG, J. W. BUBDICK,
Second Vice President Gen. Pass. Agh
ai AY 18, 1HV4.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. D. & H. R R. at 8 a.m.. 1111
2.8s and 11.86 p. m via D , U 4l W. a ,o4
8.00,11.20 a. m., and 1.30 p. m.
Leave Bcranton for Plttston and Wtlkas
Barre via D.. L. A W. H. R., 6.00, 806, U.M
a. m , 1.30, a&O. 6.07. 8. iO p. m.
Leave Scranton for Whito Haven, Bazleton,
Pottsvllle and all points on the Beavar
Meadow and Pottsvllle branches, via E. A Vr,
V., 0 40 n.m., via D. 4 H. R. R. at I am., 12. H
2.38, 4.16 p.m-, via D.. L. 4 W. B. R, 6.00, 1.01,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, aOOp.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Ess to a,
Reading, Harrisburg and all intermediate
points via D. at H. hVR., 8 a m .1110, 1.38, 11.81
p.m., via D., L. & W. B. R..6.0O.5.U8, 1L20 a. m,
Leave Scranton forTunknannosk, Towanda,
Elmira, Ithaca, Geneva and all intermedUt
points via D. & H. R.R.,9.07 am.,12.10 and UJt
p. m., via D. L. A W. R. R.. 8 0S a.mn1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Falls, Detroit Chicago and all points
west viaD. & H. R. R., 8.07 a.m., IB. 10,18.104.22.168
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Pittetoa
Junction, aOO a.m., 130, 8. jo p. m., via l A W.
For Elmira and ths west via Salamanai, via
D. A H. R. R. 8.07 a.m.. 12 10, . 15 p. m., via D4
L. A W. K.K., ,8.08 a.nk. 1..I0 and 8.97 p. nv
Pullman parlor and sleeping orL. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. A B. Jnnotioa of
Wilkes-Barre and New York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo and BuspenMon Bridge.
ROLL1N H. WILBUR, Gen. Bupt Bast Dir.
CHAS. B. LKE. Gen. Pass. Ag't Phila.Pa.
A.W NONNEMACHER.Ass't Gin Pass. Ag't,
South BethUbem. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows; Express
for New York and ah points East 1.40, 160,
6.1S, 8.00 and 8.60 a. m.; 12 66 and 8.60 P. as.
Express for Easton. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 6.1. 8.00 and 9.6i a. m.) Ual
aud 3.60 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.55 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 8.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Binghamton, Osweta, Elmira.
Corning, Bath. Dansville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10. 216 a. m. and 121 p. at, miking
close connections at Buffalo to all points in ths
West Northwest and Southwest.
Bath accommodation. 8 a. m. -Binghamton
and way stations, 12.87 p. a, -.Mcnol
on accummodation, tit p. u antj
8.1" p. m.
Binghamton and Elmira Express, 80S p, in.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswsg
Utica and Richfield Springs, 2.14 a. m. and U8
Itlisca, 2.15 and Bath 8a. m. and 111p.m.
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkss-Barra,
Plymouth, bloomsburg and Danville, making
close counectlons at Northumberland tot
Willianuport Harrisburg, Baltimore, Waaa
ington and the South.
Northumberland und Intermediata stations,
6 00, .tt a. m. and 1.30 and 8.07 p. m.
Nanticoae ana intermediau stations, a.01
and 11.2U a. m Plymouth and iatsrmsdlata
stations, 8i0 and 8.5; o. m. .
Pullman-parior and sleeping coaches oa aa
etc, apply to M. L. Smith,
32s Lackawanna avenua, or depot ticket oOka,
VEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERS
i RAILWAY CO.
TIM TABLE IK EFMCT SUNDAT, )Vt 8.;
Trains leave Scrauton for Carbondals at
8.30, ll).65a.tn. aud 61 1p.m.
For Hancock Junction, 10.55 a.m. and 6 19
Trains leave Hancock Junotlon lor Ecran
ton, 6 a.m and 2 05 p m.
Trains leave Carbondata for Bcrant at
"24 am. and 8.34, 6.31 p.m.
la tnVct Jnae 9th, 1894.
203 803,801 1
(Trains Dally,' Ex
cept Minaay.) ,
N. Y. Franklin 8!
West 4Vnd street!
Arrlvo Leavei n
8 h 1
Hancock JuooUoni 8 Ml I
8 ' I (I
7 61 IS I
tH 8 61
8 60 4 64
8 CO 808
6 ll 8 18
7 8.HIS Ik
7 01 1 1 40
. White Brldga.
II 3 1 1 9151
(IlLOi 9 12
7 87 f8 881 687
tl 9V a $ (ft g
11 23. 9 01,
II 18, 8 5;
0.W fills 854'
6 11,11 II 11: 8 60
II 07, 8
II OH 8
8 t (4 IT
If 1057. 8 83
lOSSi 8 8
ia a r bii
All trains run dally exoept Sunday.
f. signifies that trains stop on signal tor paa
r-ecura rates via Ontario Western oefori
r-itrcbaslng tickets and save money. Day an
Nlhgt lipress to the West,
J. O. Andorion, Oen. pass AgV
T. nitorott, Dl. Pass, Agt. Bcrantan, Pa, , :
.... 710 ....
.... 7 00 ....
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